Falcons’ Sanu served as honorary coach at Rutgers’ spring game

Falcons wide receiver Mohamed Sanu takes questions during Super Bowl Opening Night on Monday, Jan. 30, 2017, at Minute Maid Park in Houston.
Falcons wide receiver Mohamed Sanu takes questions during Super Bowl Opening Night on Monday, Jan. 30, 2017, at Minute Maid Park in Houston.

Credit: Curtis Compton

Credit: Curtis Compton

Falcons’ wide receiver Mohamed Sanu served as an honorary coach during Rutgers’ spring football game on Saturday.

Sanu was mic’d up along with former Rutgers player and current New England Patriots’ defensive back Duron Harmon as the two coached. Sanu was the head coach of the Scarlett Team and Harmon served as head coach for the White Team on Saturday.

🗣🎤 pic.twitter.com/uACHVe6uH7— Rutgers Football (@RFootball) April 24, 2017

In his three seasons at Rutgers from 2009-2011, Sanu racked up 2,263 receiving yards and caught 12 touchdowns. Sanu also rushed for 653 yards and nine touchdowns.

Sanu interviewed with the Big Ten Network during the game and was asked about the Falcons’ Super Bowl loss and his relationship with Harmon.

Last season, his first with the Falcons, Sanu caught 59 passes for 653 receiving yards and four touchdowns. Sanu previously played four seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals.

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